Research & Development

Investing in research, technology, development and deployment

Research and development

We are continually investing in research and development. We listen to our customers and work with them to develop new solutions for existing or upcoming challenges. If a proposed solution is agreed, we see it through every stage from development to deployment and work with customers on approvals.

All research and development activity is designed to deliver benefits for customers.

For example, we recently introduced a water-jet cutting facility which increases the speed at which some components can move between the forging and machining stages. Another recent investment is a robotic, contour-welding facility which enables us to accommodate certain last-minute design changes to dies which reduces customers’ development costs and allow us to begin delivering sooner.

Forging the future with New Product Introductions (NPI)

We are forging the future today with our dedicated NPI facility with over thirty new products currently in development. We design solutions both in response to fresh customer challenges and in anticipation of what the market will need.

Our team builds intelligence into both components and manufacturing processes as we are always striving to deliver more for customers in the slickest possible way. We plan for growth and anticipate volume so we can ramp up as demand increases.

Talk to us about your challenges

If you have an existing or upcoming forging or machining challenge, come and talk to one of our technical specialists. We could help you develop the optimum solution for cost-effective production, on-time delivery and quality.

Contact our team today here.

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